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" The night of the 21st was the most extraordinary in my life. I bivouacked with the men, without food or covering, and our nights are bitter cold. A burning camp in our front, our brave fellows lying down under a heavy cannonade, which continued during... "
The victories of the Sutlej, a prize poem. Together with The sailor's ... - 81. oldal
szerző: Henry F. Brooks - 1848
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A Biographical Sketch of Sir Henry Havelock, K.C.B.

William Brock - 1858 - 302 oldal
...in India. "The night of the 21st December," wrote Sir Henry Hardinge, "was the most extraordinary of my life. I bivouacked with the men without food or covering, and our nights are bitter cold. A buming camp in our front, our brave fellows lying down under a heavy cannonade, which continued during...

Essays, Military and Political, Written in India

Sir Henry Montgomery Lawrence - 1859 - 483 oldal
...right hon. Baronet then read as follows : — "'The night of the 21st was the most extraordinary of my life. I bivouacked with the men, without food or covering, and our nights arc bitter cold. A burning camp in our front, our brave fellows lying down under a. heavy cannonade,...

Official catalogue of the British section

Philadelphia internat. exhib, 1876 - 1876
...to the Army of the Sutlej, March 3, 1846 : — " The night of the 21st was the most extraordinary of my life. I bivouacked with the men without food or covering, and our nights are bitterly cold. A burning camp is in our front, our brave fellows were lying down under a heavy cannonade....

The Story of Our Services Under the Crown: A Historical Sketch of the Army ...

Albert Augustus Gore - 1879 - 192 oldal
...wrote Viscount Hardinge, after Ferozeshah, " with the men, without food or covering ; our nights were bitter cold, a burning camp in our front, our brave fellows lying down under a heavy cannonade continuing the whole night, mixed with the wild cries of the Sikhs, our English hurrahs, the tramp...

British battles on land and sea, 3. kötet

James Grant - 1880
...zist was the most extraordinary of my life," wrote the latter in a private letter to his family. " I bivouacked with the men, without food or covering,...brave fellows lying down under a heavy cannonade, mixed with the wild cries of the Sikhs, our British hurrah, the tramp of men, and the groans of the...

British India

Robert Watson Frazer - 1896 - 399 oldal
...Governor-General, in a letter to Sir Robert Peel, describes the weird scene which the battle-field disclosed. " A burning camp in our front, our brave fellows lying...heavy cannonade, which continued during the whole of the night, mixed with the wild cries of the Sikhs, our English hurrah, the tramp of men, and the...

The Story of the British Army

Charles Cooper King - 1897 - 426 oldal
...GovernorGeneral's staff had been killed or wounded, but he wrote cheerfully to his family and described how " I bivouacked with the men, without food or covering,...brave fellows lying down under a heavy cannonade, mixed with the wild cries of the Sikhs, our British hurrah ! the tramp of men, and the groans of the...

The Anglo-Saxon Review, 3. kötet

1899
...grape and canister. The horrors of the night may be described in the Governor-General's own words : I bivouacked with the men without food or covering, and our nights were bitterly cold. A burning camp in front, our brave fellows lying down under a heavy cannonade which...

The Sikhs

Sir John James Hood Gordon - 1904 - 236 oldal
...the day, graphically described the situation : " The night of the 21st was the most extraordinary of my life. I bivouacked with the men without food or covering, and our nights are very cold — a burning camp in our front, our brave fellows lying down under a heavy cannonade, which...

The United Service Magazine, 147. kötet

1878
...wrote Viscount Hardinge, after Ferozeshah, " with the men, without food or covering ; our nights were bitter cold, a burning camp in our front, our brave fellows lying down under a heavy cannonade continuing the whole night, mixed with the wild cries of the Sikhs, our English hurrahs, the tramp...




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